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About The Journal

Gatton Academy students excel in far more than STEM fields. Sierpinski’s Square was founded in the spring semester of 2015 by Gatton Academy students Courtney George (’15) and Hayden Justice (’16) to provide a forum for profound written analyses within the humanities. Sierpinski’s Square is a journal that parallels the town square -- a place where current Gatton Academy students can share ideas developed in their humanities classes.

Original poetry, short stories, literary analyses, audio items, visual art, and/or quirky application essays are accepted for consideration. A call for submissions goes out each spring semester to currently-enrolled Gatton Academy students.

The next call for submissions will go out to current Gatton Academy students in the Fall 2018.

Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1 (2018) Sierpinski's Square

This issue of Sierpinski's Square represents the second year of an on-line Arts and Letters Journal created, reviewed and published by students of the Gatton Academy on the campus of Western Kentucky University.

Articles

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News from Nature
Ivy N. Irihamye

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‘Us’
Ivy N. Irihamye

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Unfound
Samuel C. Kessler

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Tragedy on Drury Lane
Natalie B. Ngong

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Crucible
Evan A. Poole

Editor-in-Chief

Deeya Patel, Gatton Academy, WKU

Reviewers

Marco Garcia Ivy Irihamye Samuel Kessler Evan Poole Lindy Sipes